Felling’s Latest: A Trailer that Operates Without Any Ground Contact
Felling Trailers just keeps innovating. Widely known as the manufacturer behind the most durable trailers on the market, Felling Trailers now offers a redesigned hydraulic ramp that can extend an 11-foot bi-fold ramp to the ground without any ground contact.
Used with Felling’s double incline beavertail, this new option provides a load angle of just 8o, making it especially valuable for very low clearance equipment such as pavers and rollers. You can choose the new hydraulic bi-fold ramp option in either 45” width or full width for any Low Profile Tag trailer as well as Felling’s MX Series semi trailers.
Felling designs and manufactures a wide range of both standard and low-profile (LP) tag-along trailers. They’re robust, crafted with care and quality, and you can use them to haul almost anything – safely and confidently.
For Felling Trailers, it’s always about the details.
That starts with a substantial list of standard features for both types of trailers:
- Adjustable hitch
- 12,000 lb.drop-leg or 25,000 lb. 2-speed drop-leg jack, depending on model
- Air brake gladhand storage
- Side steps on both the tongue and behind the tires
- 8 1-inch heavy-duty D-rings or stake-and-strap style tie-downs
- 5-year limited warranty plus 3-year paint warranty
Choose from numerous models of Deck-Over Trailers.
In addition to the standard features found on all Felling trailers, traditional Deck-Over models offer:
- Stacked main frame construction, with 4” Junior I-Beams welded on top of the main frame beams, 18”-22” on center.
- Loaded deck height from 32” to 35”, depending on the model.
- DOT-approved recessed LED lights with sealed wiring harness.
- Wood-inlaid beavertail with 5’x20’ angle iron spring-assisted ramp or self-cleaning angle iron beavertail with the same ramp, depending on the model.
- White oak 2-inch nominal staggered decking.
- Lockable toolbox in the hitch.
Or choose from several Low Profile Deck-Over Trailers.
When you need to load and unload equipment with not much ground clearance, low profile Felling trailers make the job much easier. Safer, too. Most models have 33” deck height when loaded, except for the FT-60-3, which has a height of about 41”.
Low profile trailers are available with load capacities ranging from 20,000 to 60,000 pounds. They feature fabricated/engineered main frame beams and pierced frame construction, where 4” Junior I-Beam cross members, 16” on center, are inserted through the main beams. The web and flange are cut in-house using a laser, then fused to create a clean and consistent weld and ensure proper camber.
Customization is top of mind at Felling.
Providing their long-standing reputation for customer-oriented design, you can customize Felling trailers just about any way you want, to accommodate whatever equipment you need to haul and match any other functional preferences you may have. There’s never a reason to “make do” when you have all these options.
- Tread plate
- Sliding 4” belt winch
- Recessed D-rings
- Swivel D-rings
- Swing-out outriggers
- Rub rail with stake pockets and pipe spools
- Stand-up electric/hydraulic
- Air ramps – 24”, 38” or 45”
- Hydraulic bi-fold
And if you have special needs outside all these choices, that’s no problem, either. You can special-order exactly what you need.